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Do you face any of these challenges?
Do leaders tend to jump to solutions instead of using creative-thinking approaches to comprehend the depth of the problem itself?
Is your business losing ground because leaders miss the early signs of problems or opportunities?
Do the leaders in your organisation fail to gauge the levels of risk and reward of the alternatives they are considering before they make the decision?

“Problems are an inevitable part of a project. They exist, just to indicate, we have not yet been our best selves. Problem solving could also be fun, learning and a bonding experience. Let’s UNBOX it.”

The World Economic Forum lists complex problem solving at the top of the list of the most essential skills in the coming decade. Problems have great potential, which can either make or break the teams or organizations. There is no work around other than to embrace these problems face to face. Unbox, with extensive hours of research & brainstorming with the experts, has designed this Interactive Problem Solving and Decision Making workshop, catering to both start ups and conglomerates. The12 Step Approach for problem solving and decision making guides participating leaders through recognizing barriers to finding solutions to problems, and doing root cause analysis.

The sequential 12 step process.
  • Identification of challenge
  • Challenge Selection
  • Challenge Definition
  • Challenge Analysis
  • Identification of causes
  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Data gathering and Analysis
  • Brainstorming Alternatives using idea generation tools
  • Weighing Alternatives using Decision Making tools
  • Pilot implementation and testing in a simulated environment
  • Regular implementation & pitch
  • Follow-up and review during implementation

Helps leaders:
Understand, analyse problems in detail and develop solutions in a systematic way.
Avoid obstacles to objective analysis and judgments.
Involve the right people at the right time in the problem solving and decision-making process.
Learn and apply a systematic way to make better business decisions.